The Celtic Croft has one of the largest selections of Highland accessories to compliment your Scottish, Irish, and Welsh attire. Family owned and operated in the USA.
Jacobite, formal or casual, the kilt shirt is an important part of your Scottish/Irish/Welsh attire. Choose a style that fits your image and a color that compliments your tartan.
Dress up your kilt with a new belt and buckle. We have a wide selection of kilt belts ranging from our economy line to the top of the line kilt belts. We also offer Celtic embossed utility belts and trouser belts.
Our kilt belt buckles are designed to fit all standard kilt belts. You can be confident it will fit, whether you purchase one of our kilt belts, or you're picking out a new buckle for a belt you already own. We also have a new line of Celtic buckles made to fit any standard pants belt (trouser belt). Buy one to fit a belt you already own, or see our new collection of Celtic Embossed trouser belts.
Kilt Pins are both decorative and functional. They look nice, and they add some weight to the front apron of your kilt to keep it from blowing in the breeze... Your kilt pin is a personal choice. Kilt pins are generally not divided into categories of casual or formal, like some other accessories are, so you can pick whichever kilt pin you like, and wear it with any kilt. The kilt pin is worn on the bottom outside corner, on the front apron of your kilt. The kilt pin should be pinned through only the outside layer of fabric. Never pin your kilt pin through both layers of your kilt! Not only will it bunch up funny, but you run a serious risk of tearing your kilt. Pinned through the outside layer only, it will allow your kilt to move properly, and it will add a little weight to help keep that front flap closed!
Hats & Hackles
Choose a hat to suit your style and accent your outfit. Balmorals and glengarries are the most common, and traditional with any modern style kilt. Order a tam to match your kilt for a more casual look, or wear a homespun tam to match your Ancient Kilt or Great Kilt.
Jackets & Vests
The Celtic Croft has a wide variety of jackets and vests to choose from to compliment your kilt. We offer Prince Charlie Coatee (jacket and vest), Argyle jackets and vests, tweed jackets and vests, tartan vests, and several other styles to choose from (please ask for details).
Wear the traditional fly plaid to display your tartan in style. A fly plaid can be worn with just about any apparel, but is traditionally a men's dress accessory. As you can see from the picture, it is brooched at the shoulder and allowed to drape down the back. In general you want to choose a fly plaid made from the same fabric as your kilt. Note – Sizes below are approximate, and can vary by an inch or two. The standard finish is about an inch of fringe on each cut end of the fabric (enough to keep it from fraying) The other two sides are the finished fabric selvedges. Other finish options are available below. We work with 8 different woolen mills to bring you the largest selections.
The Sporran is a necessary part of your Scottish attire. Choose from our many styles to fit any outfit or budget. What is the purpose of the sporran? Unless you’re ordering a canvas kilt you may have noticed that kilts have no pockets! Well that’s the purpose of the sporran, it is your replacement pockets (or your “man purse” whichever you prefer to call it).
Tucked into the top of your kilt hose or boot, the sgian dubh is an important accessory to compliment your kilt, and complete your outfit. For some really interesting sgian dubh history and information, see this excellent article, originally published in the Highlander Magazine. Please see our weapons disclaimer before purchase.
Kilt Hose & Flashes
Kilt hose are long stockings usually worn about knee height with the upper part folded down to create a cuff just below the knee. Hose are usually made of wool or acrylic and come in a variety of colors, the most common being off-white. Flashes are “flashy” bits of tartan or ribbon sewn onto an elastic band. You fasten them to your legs and hide the band in the “cuff” of your kilt hose. Not only do flashes look good, but they help to hold up your hose!
Our plaid brooches are both beautiful and functional, and made in Scotland from the finest materials. Perfect for fastening and accenting fly Tartan plaids, Ancient Kilts, or Great Kilts.
With its flowing cape-like flair piper plaids can create quite an impression. Pipers plaids are the standard outfit for pipers in a band. 100% wool twill, pleated and finished on each end with a fine purled edge. Custom made in Scotland. Please allow 8-12 weeks for delivery.
Tote your favorite scotch in style! We have several different style flasks to choose from. There is the “built-in” shot glass style, the window flask, laser etched flasks and much more!
Ties & Cummerbunds
Wearing a tartan tie is a great way to represent your heritage in the workplace (or church, or really anywhere!) plus, every kilt deserves a matching tartan tie. If you’re going to a formal function where you can’t where a kilt, the tartan cummerbund is the next best solution to an armed uprising.
A cap badge is a badge that is worn on your hat or cap that distinguishes the wearers nationality or and/or organization. In our line of work that generally means clan crests or coat of arms cap badges. Cap badges are a modern form of heraldry and their designs usually incorporate highly symbolic devices. Cap badges are positioned differently depending on the type of cap, for a Scottish Tam or Glengarry it is most often positioned between the left eye and the left ear. Complete your outfit and pick up a cap badge today!
The penannular, or open ring brooch, is an ancient Celtic clothing fastener. They are worn by both men and women to fasten Kilts, shawls, cloaks, Tartans and more. The penannular brooch is all but essential for your Ancient Kilt, Great Kilt or Earasaid. Bronze is usually in stock, silver is a special order, please allow up to 8 weeks for delivery.
Almost universally adopted by pipe bands the world over, and preferred by many kilt wearers, the Inverness cape is the favored rainy weather coat for highland dress. Unlike most raincoats or other conventional overcoats, the Inverness cape has no sleeves. Instead, it has wide-cut armholes in the sides to accommodate the arms. This enables the wearer to access a sporran without unbuttoning and opening up the cape. The opening in the side is covered by a short cape, which can be buttoned up in the front.
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